Jeremy Polk is a partner with FisherBroyles, LLP. He is a member of the Corporate Department and its Finance Practice, representing public and private borrowers, issuers, and other parties in a broad range of finance transactions.
Jeremy also has experience in connection with the drafting, negotiation, and delivery of true sale / non-consolidation legal opinions in securitization and structured finance transactions and other financial asset sale transactions in the secondary market.
In addition, Jeremy has experience and knowledge with respect to an extensive variety of other corporate and commercial transactions and agreements (including security and pledge agreements, guarantees, subordination agreements, participation agreements, cash management services documentation, intercompany loan documentation and cash pooling arrangements).
- Representative Experience
- Secured and unsecured, senior and subordinated, investment grade and below investment grade, revolving and term, syndicated, participated and bilateral, domestic, international and multicurrency credit agreements, note purchase agreements, receivables facilities and indentures; and
- Securitization and other structured finance transactions relating to various types of assets and loan participations.
Jeremy graduated from the University of Minnesota, where he earned his B.S.B. with an accounting major (2000, with high distinction). Following graduation, he passed the uniform CPA examination.
Jeremy earned his law degree from Northwestern University School of Law (2004, summa cum laude), where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and awarded the John Paul Stevens Award for highest cumulative grade point average in his graduating class.
During law school, Jeremy served as an associate editor of the Northwestern Law Review, which published his comment: “Compensation for the Fruit of the Fund’s Use: The Takings Clause and Tax Refunds.”
*not admitted in Illinois
Northwestern University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2004
University of Minnesota, B.S.B. (Accounting), 2000
Prior Law Firm Experience
Foley & Lardner LLP